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W2W4: Mourinho returns; MLS Decision Day

Five Aside
 By Michael Cox

Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte near tactical solutions after transition phase

Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge, but will Diego Costa steal the show like he did last season?
Antonio Conte has made several tactical changes to the Chelsea defence. The FC panel break down his ideas.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson assess whether Mourinho's job at United is the toughest in the Premier League.

For Chelsea and Manchester United, it's all about the word "transition."

These days, transition has come to mean the shift between defence and attack, or attack and defence -- the moment when possession changes hands, when one side can launch a break and the other has to think suddenly about stopping it. It was the main coaching buzzword a few years ago, and gradually became accepted in common football parlance.

On Sunday, with neither Chelsea nor Manchester United likely to insist upon possession...

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has no plans for 'fantastic' Paul Pogba

Jose Mourinho says Paul Pogba has not been discouraged, despite recent criticism of Man United's big-money signing.

LONDON -- Antonio Conte has revealed that returning to Manchester United was Paul Pogba's "dream," but insists that Chelsea will make no special plans to stifle him at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Pogba and Conte enjoyed a productive partnership for two seasons at Juventus after the French midfielder decided to leave Old Trafford for Turin in the summer of 2012, winning two Serie A titles together.

And the Chelsea head coach remains a huge admirer of Pogba, who became the world's most expensive footballer...

Chelsea's Antonio Conte: Jose Mourinho deserves good reception

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes that Jose Mourinho must be treated like the rest of the Manchester United players.

LONDON -- Antonio Conte says Jose Mourinho deserves a good reception when he returns to Stamford Bridge as Manchester United manager on Sunday but insists he will be regarded as "an enemy" of Chelsea once the match starts.

Sunday's match will be the first opportunity for Blues supporters to make their feelings about Mourinho known since he was sacked by Roman Abramovich for the second time in December.

Chelsea's players were booed in victory by angry supporters during the first match after Mourinho's...